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FOX Business
Jun 22, 2013 4:00am EDT
. and the president officially nominated this m to replace robert mueller to head the bureau of investigations. president obama tapping former deputy attorney general who served under president gege w. bush taking over the fbi, the white house going with the man who has a story they believe ey can sell to the senate in the confirmation process. president obama: the key moments when it mattered most he joined bob standing up in what he believed was right prepared to give up the job he loves rather than being a parof something he felt was fundamentally wrong. we know the rule ofaw sets the nation apart and is its foundation. lou: president obama referring to an incident in 2004 when he was filling in for a severely ill attorney general john ashcroft. while he was hospitalized, he refused to reauthorize the controversial eavesdropping progm implemented after september 11. while citing concerns over its legality. but the prinpal hero in the instant certainly was a man hated and reviled by most of the left. the refusal chief of staff and white hous counsel gonzales tried to make an endun. going to
CBS
Jun 20, 2013 4:00am PDT
to add to that debate over privacy. fbi director robert mueller revealing for the first time the u.s. using drones inside the u.s. for surveillance. he also sent out a warning to those looking to dismantle the government program that collects data on americans. intelligence officials head back to capitol hill today for hearings on the nsa collection of phone and internet data. on wednesday fbi director robert mueller urged congress to think twice before making changes to the program. >> if we are to prevent terrorist attacks, we have to know and be in their communications. >> muller and others in the obama administration are trying to make the case that these programs are needed. >> i'm most concerned about what's going on in the last couple of weeks because of the lack of clarity in the public debate. >>> retired general michael hayden said some of the senators like rand paul are misguided. >> the last we thought nsa was doing, i'd be holding his coat for next filibuster. >> more privacy concerns were raced on wednesday when fbi director mueller revealed for the first time the fb
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 8:00am PDT
robert mueller facing some tough questions on capitol hill. i'm jon scott. jenna: it's been a busy place, hasn't it? hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee, and bob mueller has been testifying before the senate judiciary committee for about a half hour now, and lawmakers are grilling him on everything from the fast and furious scandal to the boston marathon bombings, also on the agenda the growing controversy surrounding the recent leaks about the nsa's sweeping surveillance program. here's just some of what mueller had to say about that. take a listen. >> the highest priority of the intelligence community is to understand and combat threats to our national security. and we do so in full compliance with the law. of these disclosures have caused significant harm to our nation and to our safety, and we are taking all necessary steps to hold accountable that person responsible for these disclosures. jenna: doug mckelway joins us live from our d.c. bower row as the testimony -- bureau as the testimony goes on. >> reporter: morning, jenna. in all likelihood, this is fbi director mueller's last appearan
KCSMMHZ
Jun 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
and internet records. now they're acknowledging they use drones for domestic surveillance. fbi director robert mueller made the disclosure at a hearing of the senate judiciary committee. he says the bureau makes minimal use of drones. >> it is very narrowly focused on particularized cased and particularized needs and particularized cases and that is the principle privacy limitations we have. >> u.s. authorities are considering whether to allow law enforcement to use drones on american soil starting next year. members of congress and human rights activists say the move would pose a further threat to privacy. the obama administration has recently been addressing concerns over privacy following the disclosure of a secret national security agency surveillance program. a former nsa contract worker revealed the agency gathers phone and internet data at home and abroad as a way to combat terrorism. >>> the only two operating reactors in japan are expected to pass new safety guidelines and stay online this summer. the new guidelines will take effect in july. they oblige utilities to strengthen measure
NBC
Jun 21, 2013 5:00pm PDT
bureaucrats and it needs to stop. >> reporter: the current fbi director robert mueller took over the bureau a week before 9/11. he says he made his main goal to avoid any kind of attacks like that happens on his watch. live from washington, steve handelsman, nbc bay area news. >> steve, thank you. >>> the autopsy results are in. actor james gandolfini died of a heart attack. he spent the day at the vatican with his teenage son, michael, on wednesday afternoon. then in the evening after dinner, he collapsed in the bathroom of his hotel room. nbc news learned that the hotel staff was called to the room and they had to break down the room, which was locked. he was pronounced dead about 40 minutes later. >>> no more shutting down your ipad or kindle on takeoff. the changes that could be coming on your next flight. >>> and pixar is picking up. >>> and what's old is new again. we give you a front row seat on the newest wild ride. >>> good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri. on this first full day of summer, let's take a look outside. sunshine, warmer today and fog free in san francisco. and after one of
FOX Business
Jun 21, 2013 10:00pm EDT
robert mueller admitted in testimony thisweek the agency has employed drones heret home. fox news h uncered new deils of the fbi grown use. chief intelligence correspondent with our report. report back to heavily redacted documents released by theaa after a freedom of information request by california privacy groups show the fbi applied for and got permission at least four times since 2009 to fly surveillance drones in this country. spk to the fact they are heavily redacted iincredib significant showing the culture of secrecy in the way t drones are ooerated in the united states. >> revealing theyre flying drone while referring specific questions to the fbi the california manufacturer told fox it is high portable carries a color and thermal videocamera to send live surveillance data to its operator wita two-hour flight limit. earlier this week fbi director robert mueller went on the record. speaker does the fbi currently use our owdronesnd if so, for what purpose? >> yes, for surveillance. >> 's real estate a gathered within the u.s., he says it is a work in progress. >> we are expl
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 12:00pm PDT
on the world trade center might have been stopped. robert mueller today. >> there will be those fewer dots out there to connect if you do not have that ability to go back and records that retain the toll records, or database that retains toll records and identify that person in the united states who is in communication with the terrorist number overseas. >> reporter: the nsa director said that his agency would deliver information about the 46 other plots that you mentioned. they'll remain classified and be delivered to the house intelligence committee for over sight but those details have not been delivered to capitol hill as of yet today. >> shepard: jennifer, thank you. there's more to this. yesterday they talked extensive about how they foiled a plot to bomb the new york stock exchange and people had been put in prison after being convicted over that matter. that's not exactly right. we'll get into the details of that and have judge napolitano on to tell you why he says people lied yesterday. that's coming up 20 minutes from now. >>> new accusations of a coverup? one of the america's deadli
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
, as the facts come out, well, i don't know. >> well, shepard, the fbi director today robert mueller defended the nsa surveillance programs on capitol hill saying they are constitutional. >> may make that decision that it's not worth it. but, let there be no mistake about it, there will be those fewer dots out there to connect if you do not have that ability to go back and identify that particular person in the united states who is in communication with the terrorist number overseas. >> the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee and the former head of the nasa michael hayden have suggested this program might have stopped 9/11. >> the intelligence community is always trying to find a needle in a hay stack. and to find a needle in a hay stack, you have to have the hay stack there. if we have information about a terrorist making contact somewhere in the united states, then we have the ability to go into this hay stack and the ability to pick out just two things a phone number and a length of call. nobody's name is there. and there is no address or any issue like that. >> living in
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 3:00pm PDT
robert mueller. he is best known for opposition to warrantless wire tapping program, following 9/11. comey takes over just as the public learns about the fbi's use of drones to conduct surveillance. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge has new information tonight. >> reporter: the heavily redacted documents released by the faa after a freedom of information request by a california privacy rights group, showed the fbi applied for and got permission at least four times since 2009 to fly surveillance drones in this country. >> the fact they're heavily redacted is significant. it shows a culture of secrecy that's pure opaqueness in the way drones are operated in the united states. >> reporter: the documents do reveal the fbi flying an unarmed drone widely used by defense department called the puma ae. the california manufacturer told fox it is highly portable, carries a color and thermal video camera to send live surveillance data to its operator with a two hour flight limit. earlier this week, fbi director robert mueller went on the record. >> does the fbi own or curr
LINKTV
Jun 21, 2013 8:00am PDT
the fbi use drones for surveillance on u.s. soil? >> yes. >> as outgoing fbi director robert mueller confirms the agency's use of drones, we will speak with heidi boghosian, author of the new book, "spying on democracy: government surveillance, corporate power and public resistance." and we remember the late actor james gandolfini. while best known for his role is to a soprano, he produced two documentaries focused on injured military veterans, the effects of ptsd, and the emotional cost of war. >> sure they give the metals and alive, butou you are you feel and the. you feel like he lost. -- like you lost. thank you. >> no, man, thank you. >> we will speak with the filmmakers who worked with james gandolfini on the documentaries, jon alpert and matthew o'neil. all that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. or disclosures have emerged from the leaked surveillance operations of the nsa. documents published by the guardian thursday show the nsa can retain the personal information of americans even if collected without a
Current
Jun 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
united together, in that move. here at home, robert mueller director of the fbi says yes we are using drones. valerie plame says edward snowden is no hero but he's not a traitor either. lisa murkowski, the third republican senator to endorse same-sex marriage. all of that on current tv. conversation started weekdays at 9 eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. the troops love me. tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. (vo) sharp tongue. >>excuse me? (vo) quick wit. >> and yes, president obama does smell like cookies and freedom. (vo) and above all, opinion and attitude. >> really?! this is the kind of stuff they say about something they just pulled freshly from their [bleep]. >> you know what those people are like. >> what could possibly go wrong in eight years of george bush? >> my producer just coughed up a hairball. >>sorry. >>just be grateful current tv doesn't come in "smell-o-vision" >> oh come on! the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo)only on current
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
to be effected. bill: the director of the fbi is testifying before the senate judiciary committee, robert mueller, that is not robert mueller that is senator grassley out of iowa. he will likely be asked about the nsa, an update on edward snowden, the boston bombing, all of that it could be on the docket as we watch and wait for that. you can watch it streaming live on foxnews.com. martha: the nsa director now defending the effectiveness of his agency's surveillance program, but general keith alexander is issuing one key warning about the leaking of this classified information by snowden. watch some of this. >> how damaging is this to the national security of the american people that this trust was violated? >> i think it was irreversible and significant damage to this nation. >> has this helped america's enemies? >> i believe it has, and i believe it will hurt us and our allies. >> interesting exchange there. we are glad to be joined this morning by michael chertoff of course who is former homeland security secretary, former judge and the chairman and co-founder of the chertoff group. great to h
CSPAN
Jun 22, 2013 10:00am EDT
at 7:00 a.m. eastern time. >> today on c-span, robert mueller testifies on nsa surveillance program. in-house debate on a bill banning late-term abortions after 20 weeks. load five barbara boxer and patty murray responding to the health debate and vote. now robert mueller testifies on the national security agency surveillance programs and how it aids his agency on national security issues. this was his last agile to appearance before the senate judiciary committee. when he sets down in september, he will be the second largest serving fbi director in history. this hearing is about 2.5 hours. >> good morning. toda today, the judiciary committee welcomes robert mueller for what is likely to be his final appearance before this panel as director of the federal bureau of investigation (fbi). director mueller began as head of the fbi just days before the terrorist attacks of september 11, 2001. for nearly 12 years, he has led the bureau as it has shifted its primary focus to national security and counterterrorism efforts, while still carrying on its historic mission of fighting crime. that tra
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2013 7:00am PDT
in the last couple of days. right now fbi director robert mueller is about to testify before a senate committee hearing. as you'll recall this time yesterday there was a house hearing and we learned details about a few more terror plots that were thwarted, in part, says the administration, because of the nsa phone and internet programs. let me bring in "washington post" national political reporter and new york "daily news" bureau chief jim warren, good to see both of you. good morning. >> good to be here. >> karen, we had the president addressing the entire world saying the american government isn't reading the e-mails of regular germans or french, he used the word "narrow" several times. how important were his comments about the nsa to allay fears overseas? >> i think very important. you know, as i was watching that speech i was thinking, of course, the historic comparison is with john f. kennedy but i was also with barack obama when he stood almost on that exact spot in july 2008 as a presidential candidate and at that point he represented a concept. he represented ideas of change a
NBC
Jun 21, 2013 5:30pm PDT
programs under president george w. bush. he will replace director robert mueller, who's stepping down after almost a dozen years in the job. >>> in brazil tonight, just about everyone from the president on down is trying to figure out what to do next and how to manage a wave of people. this follows another unprecedented night of protests there, the largest mass outpouring in the history of the nation unfolding across the country, and it carried over into early today. nbc's miguel almaguer has our report tonight from rio. >> reporter: police and protesters clashed into the morning. more than a million demonstrators in the street in some 80 cities across brazil. in sao paulo, the country's economic hub, at least one demonstrator was killed, hit by a car. most of the protests were peaceful, but in some cities authorities lost control of surging crowds, the tear gas at times overwhelming. the protests here in rio have turned violent. tear gas is being lobbed into the air. protesters are running from corner to corner. more than 60 were injured just miles from rio's famed copacabana beach. brazil
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 4:00am PDT
in washington. thank you. >>> president obama plans to announce his pick for outgoing fbi corrector robert mueller. he's recommending james comey. he is best known for refusing to give in when the bush administration wanted him to reauthorize the controversial wiretapping program. >>> another twist this morning. the massive intelligence leak at the nsa, the background check on edward snowden is under investigation. the inspector general's been looking into the company usis, what's being called systemic failures to adequately conduct investigations. >>> new immigration reform deal is expected to be announced today on capitol hill. it will call for doubling the size of the u.s. border patrol to 38,000 officers and completing the 700-mile fence along the border with mexico. abc's tahman bradley has the details. tahman? >> reporter: john and tai, good morning. republicans and democrats say this is hard work. but there's a lot of optimism on capitol hill they'll be able to get it done. a lot of debate about the security amendment. the amendment would add an additional $3.2 billion for border se
CBS
Jun 19, 2013 5:30pm PDT
of crohn's was a secret until today when director robert mueller answered this question from iowa senator charles grassley: >> does the f.b.i. own or currently use drones and if so, for what purpose. >> yes, and for surveillance. >> reporter: the f.b.i.'s drones are small, model airplane-sized aircraft, and they are unarmed. law enforcement sources say the f.b.i. has only used them about a dozen times. officials claim the drones are inexpensive and effective, delivering eyes-on details at crime scenes without putting agents in harm's way. >> does the f.b.i. use drones for surveillance on u.s. soil? >> yes. >> uh, i want to go on to a question-- >> let me just put it in context, though. in a very, very minimal way, in very seldom. >> reporter: the f.b.i. is not the only law enforcement agency developing its own drone fleet. border protection operates larger surveillance drones along the canadian and mexican borders. the drug enforcement administration and bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms have also acquired drones. and a few local police departments like miami-dade are trying to use
CBS
Jun 20, 2013 4:30am PDT
about it. >>> fbi director robert mueller says the use of drones is worthy of debate. mueller appeared yesterday before the senate judiciary committee. he said the fbi does use drones for surveillance of stationary subjects. he added, the unmanned aerial vehicles are seldom used "at this point" but the fbi is developing guidelines about future use. >> if we are to prevent terrorist attacks, we have to know and be in their communications. >> after mueller's appearance, the fbi released a statement that says, drones allow the agency to learn critical information that would otherwise be difficult to get without serious risk to law enforcement. >>> and while you slept the stock market indices around the world tanked. well, at least they fell sharply on news from the federal reserve that stimulus measures could be cut back and word of a slowdown in manufacturing in china also bad news. u.s. markets felt the heat losing more than 1% yesterday, the dow down 206. nasdaq down 39. as for the fed, chairman ben bernanke says he is not making any changes now but soon the fed could slow down its bon
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 4:00am PDT
. if confirmed by the senate, james comey will replace robert mueller. comey is best known for a stand off with the bush administration over the warrantless wiretapping program. and this morning we're learning more about the government's far-reaching nsa surveillance program. two in documents published by the "washington post" and britain's "guardian" indicate that nsa can keep copies of communications about citizens indefinitely. obama administration officials say information gathered on americans is destroyed. today president obama meets with the federal privacy and civil liberties oversight board that reviews anti-terrorism programs. >> and house leaders on both sides of the aisle are blaming each other after the house rejected a half trillion-dollar farm bill. the vote was 234-195. the five-year measure would have cut $2 billion a year from the food stamp program. it would have also allowed states to impose new work requirements on food stamp recipients. >>> and senate leaders appear to have reached a compromise on immigration reform. the deal involves tough new border security but wou
CBS
Jun 21, 2013 4:30am PDT
would replace robert mueller who has been fbi director for 12 years. mueller is set to resign in september. >>> an unlicensed car sales ring is busted in northern california. dmv investigators say the ring operated out of that house in fresno. officials say that during the past two years, the operation sold at least 200 hondas and toyotas with altered odometers. >> take a different odometer with a different mileage remove the old one replace in with a new one so it appears the vehicle has lower mileage than it does. >> two brothers accused of running the operation were arrested. a third is still being sought. most of the vehicles were being sold on craigslist. >>> time now 4:50. think it's time to -- or safe to walk and next. >> no. what a new study -- think it's time to walk and text? no. what a new study says about the brain's ability to walk and text. >> daddy loves you. >> he hears. >> so sweet. a modern medical miracle. how this deaf toddler was able to hear for the first time. >> and spilling the beans. kim kardashian's baby's name revealed. we know you're going to want
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2013 2:00am PDT
's surveillance program, fbi director robert mueller revealed the fbi has used drones on u.s. soil to gather intelligence in what he called a very, very minimal way and very seldom. >> generally used in a particular incident where you need the capability. it is very narrowly focused on particularized cases and particularized needs and particularized cases. >> mueller agreed a debate and perhaps information to regulate the information called for by drones could be called for down the road. >>> california senator dianne feinstein has written a letter to chuck hagel asking him to stop the practices. she says they violate both american and international standards and medical ethics. she visited gitmo just 11 days ago and says 40% of detainees are being force fed. four were in the hospital for issues related to the feeding or hunger strike. she says 104 of the 166 prisoners are on a hunger strike. in and now here's your first look at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. a new quinnipiac poll shows that former secretary of state hillary clinton would win florida if she runs for president in
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 2:30am PDT
-year tenure and replace robert mueller. mueller has held the job since the week before the terrorist attacks on september 11th. >>> the murder investigation involving new england patriots tight end aaron hernandez continues to develop this morning. the fox affiliate in boston is reporting that neighbors heard gunshots early monday morning, the day that oden lloyd's body was found about a mile from hernandez's house. the station is also reporting that hernandez's cell phone and home security system were damaged when police arrived at the house to question hernandez. si.com is reporting hernandez likely will be arrested, although we do need to point out, it's not clear what he'll be charged with, if he is arrested. we could maybe make this one serve as the friday feel-good story for you. not hernandez, but this one. >>> it's an experimental technique that is giving a little boy -- and this is unbelievable -- the opportunity to hear for the very first time. and you just really kind of have to watch it to understand what that gift means to 3-year-old grayson. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you.
FOX
Jun 19, 2013 7:00am PDT
right now in washington, d.c -- fbi director robert muller is making his final -- robert mueller is making his final appearance. that's patrick leahy right there. the hearing is supposed to focus on fbi operations in general. but with the recent revelations about phone surveillance at the national security agency, robert mueller is expected to be questions about that as well. we haven't seen mueller on camera but he's due to step down as fbi director on september 4th after serving 12 years in that position. we'll be checking on these live hearings in washington throughout the morning. >>> google, taking steps now to distance itself from the national security administration's operation prism. now, google is asking a specialized federal court to relax the gag order over data requests its made. most of the nine tech companies who had been receiving requests for information on lders have said homany times they were asked for that information but google wants to go further. experts say it's not likely the court will grant google's request. >>> 7:17. the city of brentwood is throwing t
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
. rick: a democratic lawmaker writing a letter to the fbi director robert mueller about this ad. take a look. it shows mug shots of the most wanted terrorists in the world. it's a publicity campaign offering rewards for tips in the war on terror offered by the fbi. but washington congressman jim mcdermott has a problem with it. michael graham is a radio talk show host, a columnist for the boston herald, good to see you. this is what congressman mcdermott says. he says it's offensive to muslims and it encourages racial profiling and religious profiling too. what do you think? >> are these the actual terrorists we're looking for? are these photos that look like them? were they doctored in any way? what are we supposed to do, put up 12eubg figures -- stick figures, hey, congressman mcdermott, do you recognize this guy? the world is the way it is. as you know, we have the boston bombing, and tamerlan tsarnaev has problematic ties to terrorist supporters, and yet even after the fbi had photos of tamerlan and his brother, they didn't know who to look for. and a lot of officers in boston are
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 10:00am PDT
he is going to name jim comey to replace outgoing fbi director robert mueller. wait until you hear what mr. comey's claim to fame is. our chief white house correspondent ed henry live on the north lawn. >> reporter: good to see you. you remember that dramatic moment in the hospital back in march of 2004. jim comey was a justice department official in the bush administration. john ashcroft the attorney general at the time was very ill. what was happening was top white house officials in the bush white house were trying to race over to the hospital and get john ashcroft to sign up on the warrantless wiretapping program the justice department just ruled was illegal. you remember james comey was the person who intervened with robert mueller's help, the fbi director then. comey pushed back on all of that. you see the president coming out introducing comey. >> forgive me. >> for more than a century we have counted on the dedicated women of the fbi to keep us safe. that time the fbi's been led by six directors. and the second longest serving director of the fbi, for the last 12 years, has
FOX
Jun 21, 2013 7:00am PDT
. if confirmed he would replace robert mueller who has been the director since shortly before the 9/11 attacks in 2001. >>> we have new details in the michael jackson wrongful death trial. an expert testified that michael jackson went without any real sleep for 60 days. the harvard sleep expert says michael jackson may be the only human over without the r.e.m. sleep. he had been getting propofol injections from conraid murray. experts say that offers no real sleep and michael jackson would have died from a lack of sleep if the propofol would not have killed him first. >>> anon has confirmed one of the -- an autopsy has confirmed james gandolfini died from a heart attack. he died wednesday while on a working vacation in italy. he was scheduled to get an award at an italian film festival. before his remains can be brought back here to the u.s., the american embassy in roam has to issue a death certificate. >>> we're learning about a close call in the skies last week over new york city. this morning, the faa revealed a delta airlines jet arriving at j.f.k. international came within 100 feet of a
CNN
Jun 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
been first time the fbi admits it has been using drones in the u.s.. robert mueller said yesterday it does not happen over and he said the agency is developing guidelines for their use. after mueller's testimony the fbi said in a statement that drones are only used in situations that might put law enforcement officers at risk. >>> new this morning, the senate may be inching closer to an immigration deal. cnn has learned a bipartisan group of senate negotiators could announce an agreement as early as today, that specifically toughens border security mandates, something gop hardliners have been insisting on so now the reform bill may become more attractive to republicans. >>> check out some crazy video from russia. subway in st. petersburg on the move, despite the doors being wide open. what's even more weird the passengers don't seem to be fazed at all by it, even getting cautiously closer to take a look. we insist it would not happen in new york because, a, it would prevent kate from ever getting on a subway. >> especially going through the tunnels, that would be shocking. >> also
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2013 8:00pm EDT
about the data collection program. in a few moments fbi director robert mueller tells a senate panel that the bureau has used surveillance drones in the u.s.. >> i came into office committed to protecting the american people but also committed to our values and ideas and one of our highest ideals is civil liberties and privacy. and i was a critic of the previous administration for those occasions in which i felt they violated our values and i came in with a healthy skepticism about how our various programs were structured. but, what i have been able to do is examine and scrub how our intelligence services are operating and i am confident that at this point we have struck the appropriate balance. now let me be very specific in terms of and this is what i've described to chancellor miracle what these programs are that it caused so much controversy. have caused so much controversy. essentially one program allows us to take a phone number that has been discovered separately through some lead that is typical of what our intelligence services do but we get a phone number and what we try to
CSPAN
Jun 15, 2013 6:00am EDT
commander, general keith alexander and later fbi director robert mueller testifies and programs and cyber security. >> the cspan video library has reached a milestone. since its started in 2007, there are more than 200,000 hours of original cspan programming. totally searchable and free, a public service created by private industry, america's cable companies. your calls, tweets, and e-mails and we will talk about u.s. government security clearance. will be followed by discussion on the faith and freedom coalition conference in washington. later, a look at the national theerhood initiative with curbs vice president of communications and development. "washington journal" is next. host: good morning. in the news today officials say the company will receive the request for information from government entities at the last half of 2012. those requests involve 19,000 facebook accounts. the washington post reports that contest nine cia bases in turkey will be kept ground for limited shipments of ammunition to syrian rebel groups. in iran, early voting. in the west a new poll -- in
Current
Jun 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
know we're going to get to the fbi later but robert mueller, you mentioned that the fbi admitted that they used drones. i don't think mueller got the memo. they don't talk about that stuff. >> and drones is an interesting case. >> we got to hear them. >> yes, let's do twa first. this happened 17 years ago i'm sure a lot of you remember flight 800, and there was a ton of witness who is said we saw a flash of light going towards the plane and hitting the plane. and there was an investigation for four years where they said, nope, that's not what happened. now there is a new documentary saying, hmm that's kind of is what happened. >> the official cause of the explosion was determined to be a faulty fuel tank, not terrorism. but in a new documentary about to be made public these former investigators say the fbi and others covered up what happened, and their theory, although unproven was that a missile came near it shortly after it took off kennedy airport. it was headed to paris. this theory was thoroughly rebutted but a northeastern investigation named hankseniorinvestigation hank hu
FOX Business
Jun 21, 2013 6:00pm EDT
nominated this man to replace robert mueller
FOX Business
Jun 21, 2013 9:00pm EDT
throughout the broadcast. and the president officially nominated this man to replace robert mueller
FOX Business
Jun 22, 2013 3:00am EDT
ory throughout the broadcast. and the president officially nominated this m to replace robert mueller
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 3:00pm PDT
. when robert mueller says he doesn't know who is in charge of the f.b.i. investigation into the irs, how seriously do we take the president when he promises to get to the bottom of this? what does the white house stand to gain or lose by cooperating with congressional investigators? >> there are three different investigations happening here. one is the doj that you mentioned, so he should know who is leading that investigation. but there is the congressional investigation happening as well and the i.g. report. the i.g. report came back and showed that even while there was wrongdoing at the irs, none of that was politically motivated nor necessarily tied to the obama administration. and as i mentioned before, darrell issa's committee hasn't been able to find evidence. >> heather: that depends on who you listen to in terms of the partial transcripts that have been released, isn't that correct, dd, the partial transcript you listened to -- there is a link and then you listen to the other side and they say there is not. should the full transcripts be released? >> yes, of course. rand paul sa
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 10:00pm PDT
robert mueller over holly paz. jim jordan demanding answers. his question: why was paz sitting in on the investigation at an irs targeting? here's how it all went down. >> well, let me ask you a couple of things. is it typically appropriate for the investigator to have the -- one of the central players in this -- miss holly paz, who was director of one of the key players at the division, sit in on almost all the interviews ins with employees in that division. is that typically how an investigation is done? >> i am not familiar with those circumstances. i understand what you are saying about the circumstance, not being familiar with it -- >> in your time as an investigator, is that how you would do interviews with the boss of the person you are trying to get information from -- is it appropriate -- the inspector general said that our staph -- staff has done, is it appropriate for her to collect the data and give it to the attorney general? >> i am not familiar -- >> if that happened, is that appropriate? >> i am not going to speculate. >> the latest irs charade attempted coverup
FOX News
Jun 18, 2013 1:00am PDT
the truth. then we have fbi director robert mueller, is he in charge of finding out why the irs targeted conservative groups and individuals. >> you can tell me some basics? can you tell me how many agents investigators you have assigned to the case. >> i may be able to do that but i would have to get back to you. >> you can tell me hot lead investigator is. >> off the top of my head, no. >> this is the most important issue in front of the country last six weeks you don't know who is leading up the case, hot lead investigator is. >> at this juncture no, i don't know. >> bill: multi-cultural doesn't know? are you kidding me? surely he knew i would be asked about the irs investigation in front of the judiciary committee. surely he knew that. if multi-cultural doesn't know, specifics about the irs investigation, it's because he doesn't want to know. it's the old deniability deal. gee, i don't know anything about it. even though i'm in charge. so where have we heardthat before? >> and it's also been reported that the associated press refrained from releasing in story for a week until the dep
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 3:00pm PDT
of the tea party and other conservative groups. and it came on a day when fbi director robert mueller testified before congress you of course remember that recently he was asked a week or so ago about the fbi's criminal investigation of the irs and he seemed to know nothing about it including who was running it. today he got a second chance to make a first impression and he knew exactly how many agents were on the case, 12. where do you think -- not the investigation because we don't know that but where do you think the irs scandal stands at this point? >> well, i think that it is, you know, largely an effort right now to politicize it by people like the tea party and efforts to gin up some enthusiasm. the rally today was very real but in terms of numbers did not match anything that we had seen before from tea party advocates. and the kind of rhetoric that we saw at this rally, you know, the idea we are going to do away with the irs, i mean, you just have to think, is senator cruz pandering to people? does he think they are that stupid? it's just ridiculous. it's been a very crazy wee
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 2:00pm PDT
save. now, that's progressive. ♪ >>> congressman jim mcdermott wrote a letter to fbi director robert mueller claiming an anti-terror ad is racist. it shows mug shots of 16 real terrorists, and mcder mott thinks the ad is not only offensive to muslims and ethnic minorities but encourages racial and religious profiling. don't you think we should make fake bombers, make them sweet? this is a hate fact, something true folks hate to believe because it causes discomfort in our culture. what can we go by? can't reference our radical beliefs, even our president won't do that. now we can't say what they look like. how about astrological signs. welcome back. we learned a terrorist is on the loose. here is what we know so far. he is a virgo. approach with caution, like a typical virgo he can't be fussy with interfering. if you're a taurus, approach with caution, may find him irresistible, dana. this is so big, it can't fit on the side of a bus. safety is secondary to sensitivity. any threat to air brush the face of terror makes it easier to succeed. how funny this is the same congressman said t
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 1:00am PDT
'm going to address robert mueller of the fbi take that poster down, that is not a good poster for many things. the responsibility of the civil society to safeguard the safety of every citizen is the primary responsibility. the fbi recently posts pictures in public places and that's fine. >> how do we know where he they are? >> if they are here in the u.s. u.s. -- the fbi's responsibility to get them. they cannot hide and run. get them here in the u.s. so this poster should be really in yemen, saudi arabia and afghanistan. that's where those guys are if i'm going to the post office or a public place. if i see some picture, i will report. but i'm going to see no american will see these guys. >> laura: i understand. i'm kind of confused mike they are actually prirk pictures of tears. presumably we are worried about these terrorists making their way into the united states to do harm to americans. that's what we are worried about. it's a public education campaign. are you saying that can't have wanted ads, wanted, the fbi's most wanted. we can't have pictures posted of anyone with dark skin
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 2:00pm PDT
to robert mueller on wednesday claiming an anti-terror ad is racist. the ad shows mug shots of 16 real terrorists and mcdermott thinks the ad is not only offensive to muslim and ethnic minorities, but encourages racial and religious profiling. so i guess next time we should create fake bombers, make them all sweet. this is something true that folks refuse to believe because it creates a discomfort in a hyper sensitive culture. so when it comes to track terrorists, what can we go by? we can't reference their radical beliefs, even our president won't do that. now we can't say what they look like. so how about astrological signs? welcome back. we learned a terrorist is on the loose. he's a virgo. approach with caution. he can't be fussy and flexible and interfering. his narrow mindedness will hamper your creativity. if you're a taurus, approach with caution. you might find him irresistible dana. here is the big picture, it's so big it can't fit on the side of a bus. safety is now secondary to sensitivity and any
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 7:00pm EDT
records the national security agency collects from millions of americans. fbi director robert mueller told congress the same thing last week the former vice president told "fox news sunday" the next attack on america could be nuclear and crucial to keep government surveillance programs confidential. mike emanuel is live in washington now. disturbing warning from the former vice president who says if you thought 9/11 was awful, the next strike could be worse dick cheney warns this is still a nation at war. >> that puts you over into the gathering being able to use all of your military assets, your intelligence assets and so forth in order to protect the country against another attack. when you consider the possibility of somebody smuggling something like a nuclear device into the united states, it becomes very, very important to gather intelligence on your enemies and stop that attack before it ever gets launched. >> president obama has said intelligence programs make a difference, helping anticipate and prevent possible terrorist activity cheney says mr. obama should be stronger in defendi
ABC
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
will replace robert mueller, the former u.s. attorney in san francisco, who is retiring in september. >>> b.a.r.t. employees move closer to a strike. >>> nascar is getting ready for its bay area return and that could cause delays if you plan on being in the north bay this weekend. >>> a live look outside from our hd roof cam. you can see the skies are blue. traffic and >>> welcome back. it is 6:40. taking a look now at our warmer day today and also into tomorrow but we will have some clouds coming back in over the weekend. as we head into this afternoon though, we will still see patchy clouds along the coast, 68 along the coast, 70 around the bay. 80s in the inland areas, you. we look out, what a gorgeous sight indeed, hazy, air quality, rag weed, acting up a bit, you do need the sunscreen, it is going to be very sunny out there let's take a look at traffic, accident hayward, southbound 880, just past 92, right near tennyson. involving at least vehicles one of which is overturned, two lanes remain blocked. this backup, solid red bumper to bumper traffic, drive takes you across the san mateo
MSNBC
Jun 15, 2013 4:00am PDT
him to the u.s. on thursday robert mueller said authorities will track him down. >> he is a subject of an ongoing criminal investigation. these disclosures have caused significant harm to our nation and to our safety. we are taking all necessary steps to hold the person responsible for e
LINKTV
Jun 20, 2013 8:00am PDT
director robert mueller confirmed the domestic use of drones but called it very seldom. he also said the bureau is still drafting regulations to address privacy concerns. >> we are in the initial stages of doing that and i will tell small. footprint is very we have very few and limited use and we are exploring not only the use, but also the necessary guidelines for that use. >> does the fbi used drones for surveillance on u.s. soil? >> yes. >> i want to go onto a question -- >> let me put it in context. a very, very minimal way and very seldom read >> ok. >> democratic senator mark udall questioned whether drone spying is constitutional in a statement, saying -- he and ron wyden of oregon continue to question the role of nsa surveillance programs in foiling militant plots in the u.s. and overseas. top intelligence officials told congress this week the nsa has helped thwart 50 potential terrorist events including -- >> including 10 within the u.s., but in a statement on wednesday, the senators took specific issue with the claims the mass collection of telephone records played a role.
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2013 6:00am EDT
-- in a very minimal way, very seldom. ♪ fbi directors robert mueller yesterday at the senate judiciary committee talking about the use of drones in the u.s.. at a discussion item, we want to broaden the question out of little but as we go through the newspapers here on the "washington journal" and ask you -- is there too much surveillance in the u.s. and around the world? you can see the numbers on the screen.
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